Origin of the name CLAUDA.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name CLAUDA.
form of Latin Claudus
meaning "lame." The name of an island mentioned in the
bible. See Hunter's note below.
created his opportunity for him and Hutchinson took instant advantage of
"They are of grave importance to me, Mrs.
Carson. I hope, even after you leave here, you will permit me to
continue my acquaintance with yourself—and, through it—with Miss
He rose as Clauda came down the piazza. (His
Worldly Goods, Tuttle, 1912)
CLAUDA. [Greek Klaude].
A small island off the south-west of Candia or Crete. Paul's ship
ran under its lee just after she was caught by the Euroclydon. The
R.V. relegates Clauda to the margin, and inserts in its stead Cauda.
(Acts xxvii. 16—A.V. and R.V.). The Greeks still call it
Clauda-nesa (Clauda island) or Gaudanesi, which the Italians have
corrupted into Gozzo. (The Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual,